Rocky Wilkins Personal Injury Law, PLLC, was established in Jackson,
September 1, 2003. The firm focuses primarily on personal injury, automobile
accidents, 18-wheeler accidents, negligent security cases, and wrongful death.
Since graduating law school in 1999, Rocky Wilkins has had a substantial
involvement in litigation arising from major catastrophes. In 2000, at the age
of twenty-seven, Wilkins became the youngest partner of Pritchard Law Firm,
PLLC. In just three years, Wilkins and the Pritchard Law Firm recovered millions
of dollars for clients injured in 18-wheeler accidents, pharmaceutical cases,
insurance fraud cases and negligent security cases.
Rocky Wilkins has also tried several high profile cases, including Belle v.
Foremost Insurance Company in October 2002, when he helped recover a
$300,000.00 jury verdict. In 2003, Wilkins was lead trial counsel in Virgie Hardy
v. Bayer Corporation, and Billy Ray Slaughter v Bayer Corporation, which were
the second and third Baycol cases tried in the nation. Wilkins was
actively involved in litigation involving the May 16, 2002, Rouse Polymerics
explosion in Vicksburg, Mississippi, that killed five innocent people. He also
won aquittals for his clients in State v. Michael Bridges and U.S. v. Gerrick
“With my hands-on experience in taking cases to trial, I will personally see my
clients’ lawsuits through from start to finish,” said Wilkins. “Rocky Wilkins
Personal Injury Law is committed to moving cases swiftly through the court
Wilkins graduated from the University Of Mississippi School Of Law in 1999. He
practiced with Daniel, Coker, Horton & Bell in Jackson in their products liability
defense division from 1999-2000. Rocky is also the co-host of Law Call and
has appeared on Court TV.
Rocky Wilkins Personal Injury Law, PLLC is located on the corner of Capitol and
President Streets in downtown Jackson at 475 E. Capitol St. For more
information, call 601-948-6888.
Shannon Sandridge presents Rocky Wilkins with a plaque after speaking at
Fall 2007 Mississippi Fire Investigator's Convention.